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Netflix’s Brandon Riegg to keynote in Content London Formats & Factual strand

Netflix’s Brandon Riegg, VP, unscripted and documentary series, will headline the Formats & Factual strand at Content London in November.

The Formats & Factual strand will include a full three-day conference agenda with keynote interviews, a series of Content Strategies sessions with top commissioners and buyers, and development trends insights with senior producers and executives. It will also host the Global Entertainment Formats Pitch and curated speed networking alongside a development marketplace.

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After big hits like Too Hot to Handle, F1: Drive to Survive, and Sins of our Mother, in this keynote interview Riegg will look back at the growing slate of non-fiction titles that have captivated fans around the world and will deep dive into Netflix’s strategy and the exciting upcoming series and films.

More than 100 leading commissioners and coproducers will take part in the Formats & Factual strand, making it one of the most effective events to get your unscripted commission away.

Speaking at Content London:

Brandon Riegg
VP, unscripted and documentary series
Netflix

Riegg joined Netflix in November 2016 to help create and manage the company’s first push into original unscripted content. His team has quickly established Netflix as a home for critically acclaimed and beloved series such as Queer Eye, Nailed It!, Selling Sunset, Love is Blind, Formula 1: Drive to Survive and Bling Empire. He now also oversees the team responsible for Netflix’s vast and diverse slate of original documentary series such as Chef’s Table, Cheer, Last Chance U, Crime Scene, Harry & Meghan and The Last Dance. In 2020, Riegg was named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business.
Prior to Netflix, Riegg was senior VP and co-head of NBC’s alternative programming department, responsible for notable series The Voice, America’s Got Talent, American Ninja Warrior, The Biggest Loser and Hollywood Game Night. In 2011, he was featured on The Hollywood Reporter’s 18th annual Next Gen list. Before NBC, Riegg was the executive director of alternative series & specials at ABC, where he oversaw development, production and on-air current programming for series, including Dancing with the Stars, Wife Swap and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. He also developed Wipeout, Shaq Vs and I Survived a Japanese Game Show.

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